How did you end up doing what you’re doing?
I studied Communications, so I thought that it’d be interesting to explore a career in a related industry. I moved from a marketing role to working in a media agency, because it was an area that I was keen on and never had the exposure to in my previous role.
One of my best experiences at work:
I think it’s getting exposure to a huge variety of brands that I work with, as well as the industries they’re part of. I’m able to learn about how an industry operates, and what their business objectives are.
Describe your dream office.
I think any office that promotes a hot-desking culture would be great. I used to be from a company that’s like that—everything was very open and I really liked that culture.
Tell us something interesting about yourself.
I used to play the tuba in secondary school. I was chosen not because I was super good at it, but because my band conductor thought that I was very tall and thus could handle the largest instrument in the orchestra. That was in the past; I don’t play it anymore. It costs a few thousand to buy the instrument and I don’t have the money to invest in it.
My wardrobe essential:
A pair of high-waisted and flared long pants. I’m quite open to wearing anything, so there’s nothing that I don’t particularly wear.